OP AM's drawing board booms with impact, alternatives after busy 2020

OP Asset Management has several new funds in this year's pipeline after a rather busy 2020. CEO Tuomas Virtala floats idea of more impact solutions following collaboration with Finnish development financier Finnfund, which had first closing in 2020.

CEO of OP Asset Management Tuomas Virtala | Photo: PR / OP

OP Asset Management plans to develop new sustainable and alternative investment strategies for its investment clients, says the CEO of OP Asset Management Tuomas Virtala, to AMWatch.

"For example, we are looking forward to launching a Finnish infrastructure fund during the first half of this year," he explains.

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